Saturday, February 26, 2011

Saturday + art

Blind, 2010, by Cris Bruch (photo by Richard Nicol)
recycled wood, 85" x 42.5" x 35"

Plenty to do in Seattle are a couple of highlights. Today at noon, Lawrimore Project will host Cris Bruch's Finissage and Artist Talk. If you haven't been before, these are always great. Plus, Cris Bruch is just amazing!

Oops - I totally forgot to include Sylvia Wolf's talk at Ell
iott Bay Books today at 4pm! She'll be talking about her book, The Digital Eye: Photographic Art in the Electronic Age.
"The Digital Eye (or is it the Digital "I"?) focuses on the emergence of what, ultimately, will be a revolution in consciousness, providing a timely roadmap that, like Alice's looking glass, intimates a tantalizing unknown." - Fred Rithcin

the still night air by Mitzi Pederson
installation photo by Julia Hensley

At 5pm today, Open Satellite will be having a Drinks + Discussion event with visiting artist Mitzi Pederson and Henry Curator Sara Krajewski.
"Glitter-edged cinder blocks form an ankle-high topography of skyscrapers." - Daily Candy


Tonight from 7-9, Pablo Pijnappel will be at Ambach & Rice for the opening of his exhibition, Fontenay-aux-Roses. And in case you're not on their mailing list, Ambach & Rice just made a big announcement - they're moving to Los Angeles in September. Two shows left - Pablo's (opening tonight) and April's show by Ellen Lesperance. Congratulations to Charlie and Amanda - they've been such great ambassadors for Seattle!

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